The psychopath was hell en route,
Pain aching lefty tooth.
Baulked by the burning root,
Waiting for his friends’s boot.
The gall in his heart was way too dense,
His mouth still had the stinky stench.
Envy had him fully drenched,
Madness was the only bench.
He spit on the cleanest hand,
Now no one else but few do stand.
The bird with a greedy eye,
The disillusioned cloudy sky.
The psychopath will meet his mirror,
Which shows the crimes of past error.
Does the freak now feel the terror,
What tells him the magical mirror?
Does his eyes now feel to cry,
Evil worn out , time to pry.
Goodness needs just one more try,
Or we will free him…..the caustic fry..!!!
The transfer order has come
Another gloomy day, ends with rum
Tequila , scotch , vodka , wine,
This farewell party, nothing seems fine.
To some it reads the lucky charm
Prudent timing did no harm.
Another scope to scale the peak
A glimpse of hope for the weak.
But let not stain the test of time
He will leave tomorrow , back he wont come.
New city, new dream
Awaits him , awaits him.
But memories past, wicked lust,
Ray of love , cigarette dust?
Is all that he left behind?
No soul to cheer
Nobody to hear
His bosoms cry.
The money-flukes crave
For the weakest , weakest brave!
The labyrinth of this verse:
Is it solitude or a curse?
And all his pain of loss…
A rolling stone
gathers no moss.
I can’t believe you looked me in my eyes and said you had nothing to hide.
“Oneness amongst men, the advancement of unity in diversity – this has been the core religion of India.” – Rabindranath Tagore
“Stress has many interpretations and is one of the most ambiguous words in the English language.”
Stress is an important parameter in organizational behaviour, in part due to the increase in competitive pressures that impact workers and managers alike. Stress carries a negative connotation for some people, as though it were to be avoided. This is unfortunate, because stress is a great asset in managing legitimate emergencies and achieving peak performance. Stress, or the stress response is the unconscious preparation to fight or flee that a person experiences when faced with any demands.
It may not kill you… But the wear and tear?
Consequences of Stress
Positive stress can bring performance and health benefits. The Yerkes-Dodson law shown alongside indicates that stress leads to increased performance upto a certain optimal point. Beyond that, further stress and arousal can have a detrimental effect on performance. Healthy amounts of stress are desirable to improve performance by arousing a person to action. It is in the mid range of the curve that the greatest performance benefits from the curve can be achieved. Performance declines beyond the mid point in the curve because of increasing difficulty of the task to be performed.
“Work-related psychological disorders are among the ten leading health disorders and diseases in the United states.”
An extreme preoccupation with work may result in acute individual distress, such as the unique Japanese phenomenon of karoshi, or death by overwork. The most common types of psychological distresses are depression, burnout and psychometric disorders, which may lead to emotional exhaustion.
- work stoppage
- poor quality of production
- low quantity of production
- unscheduled machine downtime and repair
Compensation Awards: court awards for job distress
Organizational Stress Prevention
- JOB REDESIGN: Enhanced worker control reduces stress and strain without necessarily reducing productivity.
- SOCIAL SUPPORT SYSTEM: Team building and interpersonal communication provide emotional caring, information, evaluative feedback, modeling and instrumental support.
- GOAL SETTING: Activities should be designed to increase task motivation while reducing the degree of role conflict and ambiguity.
- ROLE NEGOTIATION : Focal roles and responsibilities are negotiated with insights from key members so as to avoid conflict and confusuion.
Individual Stress Prevention
- INDIVIDUAL STRESS PREVENTION
- Positive Thinking
- Time Management
- Leisure Time Activities
- Physical Exercise
- Relaxation Training
- Opening up
- Professional Help
Preventive Stress Management
The cultured celebrate her
The core of culture, they call.
The evenings, they say,
Bubble with life!
The perfect combination
Of Yellow and blue
Giving rise to green.
The sun above,
The rivers and seas below,
Converging where born
The green hub of the nation!
Rustling flowers for worshiping,
Using washrooms in nearby malls while roaming,
Treating tenants as poor,
And not listening to anyone.
A mandatory mango-mustard after lunch,
A compulsory nap in the afternoon,
Shouting at maids all day,
Claiming to be the best cooks,
At the most a day or two
Without rice and fish!
Conservative to stick to own norms,
But not opposing to others’,
A culture so aged and diverse
And yet so unified and original!
“Goodbye may seem forever,
Farewell is like the end.
But in my heart’s a memory
And there you’ll always be.”